'Indian Mujahideen' sends threatening e-mails to 16 Rajasthan ministers
'Indian Mujahideen' sends threatening e-mails to 16 Rajasthan ministers

Some Rajasthan ministers, including the state home minister, have received threat e-mails allegedly from Indian Mujahideen (IM), warning them about bomb blasts in the state, police said on Friday.

Rajasthan: 10 ministers get e-mail threats from Indian Mujahideen

10 ministers of Rajasthan have got e-mails threats from the Indian Mujahideen warning them of bomb blasts on the coming Republic Day (January 26).

Angelina Jolie gives 'dead to me' look to Sony honcho Amy Pascal post hack
Angelina Jolie gives 'dead to me' look to Sony honcho Amy Pascal post hack

 Angelina Jolie recently gave a "dead to me" look to Sony executive Amy Pascal, after she was involved in a conversation where the actress was called "minimally talented spoiled brat".

Sony email hack reveals J Law is victim of gender pay gap

The latest emails hacked by a group called Guardians of Democracy from Sony Pictures have revealed that Jennifer Lawrence is a victim of the gender pay gap.

Woman can file FIR through email against Uber accused: Police

A US-based woman, who had tweeted about alleged indecent behaviour of the Uber rape case accused, is in touch with Delhi Police on filing of an FIR but has urged the officials to keep the communication confidential.

Stop checking emails too often to relieve stress
Stop checking emails too often to relieve stress

Is your inbox burning you out? Take heart and try not to open emails quite often to reduce stress.

Hacked e-mails spread spam faster
Hacked e-mails spread spam faster

Spams spread faster and to more people when it is sent out of hacked or compromised email accounts, research shows.

Kevin Pietersen salutes 'genuine guru' Rahul Dravid in autobiography
Kevin Pietersen salutes 'genuine guru' Rahul Dravid in autobiography

 Maverick England batsman Kevin Pietersen struggled to get along with coaches of his own team most of his playing career and his quest for a "genuine guru" ended in faraway India where, he says, former captain Rahul Dravid made a lasting impact on his technique.

Simple weekly text reminder can help improve diet, health

A new study has revealed that weekly texts and email reminders can help improve the diet and health of people, as it would inform them about their calorie intake.

Is it possible to keep passwords 100% secure online?
Is it possible to keep passwords 100% secure online?

A computer scientist recently weighed in on whether people can ever truly master the online password security process.

Indian-origin inventor of 'email' slams critics

V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, an Indian-origin scientist who received official recognition as the inventor email from the US government 32 years ago, has slammed his critics for not giving him full credit.

European Central Bank website hacked; ransom demanded for data

The European Central Bank (ECB) said on Thursday there had been a breach of security protecting a database serving its public website. This led to the theft of email addresses and other contact data left by people registering for events at ECB.

Sikhs ask US to reveal official use of slurs

A Sikh group today asked US authorities to reveal their use of ethnic slurs after a document leaked by Edward Snowden showed intelligence agents using an anti-Muslim epithet.

Britain moves to keep email, phone data for security

Britain said on Thursday it would rush through emergency legislation to force telecoms companies to retain customers` data for a year, saying the move was vital to protect national security following a decision by Europe`s top court.

Maneka Gandhi sets up email, FB accounts

Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi has set up two email accounts and a Facebook account to facilitate an interactive exchange between citizens and her ministry.

FIFA vice-president says, he “would support” re-vote for 2022 World Cup

Controversies surrounding the awarding of 2022 World Cup hosting rights to Qatar takes a new turn following FIFA vice-president, Jim Boyce`s admission that he “would support” a re-vote if it`s proved that the bid was won through an improper way.

US releases email, tries to debunk Snowden claims

The US government released an email Thursday written by Edward Snowden, in a bid to debunk his claim that he raised concerns about mass spying programs before fleeing and engineering huge media leaks.

Two arrested in Ecuador for alleged cyberattacks

Ecuadoran authorities said Thursday they have arrested two people for alleged cyberattacks targeting President Rafael Correa.

NSA row sparks rush for encrypted email

A new push to encrypt email, keeping messages free from government snooping, is gaining momentum.

Microsoft changes company policy, vows not to snoop on emails

Microsoft`s general counsel Brad Smith has reportedly announced that the company will induce changes in both company policy and its Web mail terms of service.